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Dave45

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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #30 on: March 19, 2009, 02:55:33 AM »
its gotta work


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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #31 on: March 19, 2009, 05:33:52 AM »
loner
thanks for your post, the long one. I recently finished a biography on tesla by a British woman. I was fascinated by the wireless lighting that he used for years in his labs. are you saying that you reproduced that with a tesla coil? I'm interested in finding where to look for the DIY. got side tracked alittle. I'm looking for the DIY not the why with hho or h production. Some theoretician can explain the why.

My understanding of tesla and his non-accomplishments would have made todays world look like the dark ages. i doubt he would have called it aether, but would have talked of using the same.

i really don't have anything to add to this discussion other than i think stan meyer did it well enough to get the MIB concerned.(polite) I also follow OU to hear what I'm hearing. low cost, mobile hydrogen/browns gas production is our worlds salvation!

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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #32 on: March 19, 2009, 05:49:41 AM »
Kidsicu2
I think you meant to post in Farrah Days thread Here  http://www.overunity.com/index.php?topic=7040.20;topicseen

Dave 45

 I would be curious to hear  Farrah Days take on your pic

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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #33 on: March 19, 2009, 07:05:44 AM »
Hi Dave,
I thought that was your version of a Gas Processor for a second. It would have been the most interesting one I have seen to date.

For anyone trying to build the whole set up each item I go over needs to be built with exception of the Steam resonator for you can use engine heat to raise the temps of the water prior to injection also, but it can't hurt to build it. The rules are simple: Water mist, ionized air gases, and recirculated exhaust gases. Things to strive for are fast rates of evaporation of the resulting water mist, variable voltage control of the gas processor that is controled by engine rpm and load conditions or more, controlable exhaust recirculation, and the circuitry to control it all. This set up will need two VIC transformers one for the Gas Processor and one for the injector, but if you find other ways to get the job done by all means do so.

I go over every part I felt was needed except for the circuitry, but if I left anything out feel free to add it in or if you find ways to cut componets out feel free to do so. For I am looking for many different ways this technology can be done thats the whole point of doing it like this.
I posted some patents on the energeticforum since they couldn't be posted here.

Hope everyone understands,

h2opower.


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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #34 on: March 19, 2009, 06:21:33 PM »
My setup and purpose is to try and build the gas gun to strip the electrons from the Oxygen, I plan to separate the H and O at the electrolyzer run the O through the gas gun and recombine at the orifice of a torch or heater.
 If successful with the gas gun I will be able to go through the gas gun or bypass it to see the results first hand.
 The pic is just a mock up and still got a ways to go plan on installing the HV ionizer soon, in the next day or so as time permits. Im not trying to use the vic or the SM circuits just what I have on hand to make it work proof of concept as it were, the rest can be worked out later by people with more expertise than me.

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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #35 on: March 19, 2009, 06:41:51 PM »
H2opower you are somekind of fascist dude .

You are ignoring all the important parts and over-emphisizing the parts that were abandonned . You are not taking into account this phase conjugate opposite wave , you are ignoring much of the tech brief .

Once again , I turned out to be right about this , just like I was right about the VIC , Dynodon came up with  those bobbins are the multispool VIC after I asked him too for many weeks .

But you sir are just annoying , and you are a fascist to this tech .

http://waterfuelcell.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=1268


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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #36 on: March 19, 2009, 09:42:08 PM »
@Dankie and H2oPower,

To settle all the "I have the better way" (mainly from Dankie), why not put both of your systems to the test at the same time in one place.  There can be a few members to wherever it is done to document the event.  Then everyone will be able to see who is right and who is wrong.
Dankie, why are you attacking H2o to begin with?

@H2o,  can this be modified to work for a home heating furnace in place of natural gas?  Do you have any plans on creating something like that?  I think that would be a great next step to conquer, affordable home heating for everyone.  I don't think I have the know how or ability to build this as is and would need very simplified and specific plans.
Thanks,
Mark

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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #37 on: March 19, 2009, 10:40:51 PM »
@Dankie and H2oPower,

To settle all the "I have the better way" (mainly from Dankie), why not put both of your systems to the test at the same time in one place.  There can be a few members to wherever it is done to document the event.  Then everyone will be able to see who is right and who is wrong.
Dankie, why are you attacking H2o to begin with?

@H2o,  can this be modified to work for a home heating furnace in place of natural gas?  Do you have any plans on creating something like that?  I think that would be a great next step to conquer, affordable home heating for everyone.  I don't think I have the know how or ability to build this as is and would need very simplified and specific plans.
Thanks,
Mark

Hi Mark69,
I am going to home power generation, converting gen sets to run on water. I might convert some cars that are like mine, but for the most part I am starting with home power units. If you run the numbers Mark69 you will see they check out just fine, and are a scientific proof of concept. For after all isn't that what the science guys where asking for? They all say that there wasn't enough energy content and I proved there was if done right. And they always say that it is breaking the laws of physics and again I proved that it is not mathematically which is what the science guys wanted. They say you can't get more energy out than you put into it, but ask them to explain a lightening storm and all you will get it a lot of shoulder shrugging. I now think of them as the tobacco scientist paid to tell a lie with a straight face to the public with lots of media coverage for they are their right hand man.

Dankie and I have a past is all. I once got a chance to talk to Tad Johnson(h2opowered) but the Ionizationx site owners deleted all of my post towards him and robed me of my freedom of speech, so I as a result I left the site and deleted all of my post there. Dankie is nothing more than one of their butt boys that was on watch when things where heating up on that site alerting the owner members I was on the site deleting all of my post and/or had made a post the owners wouldn't want anyone on the site reading as I told the truth of my story so they could delete it. I wish I could have gotten the chance to speak with Tad, but sadly they're combined efforts stopped me from doing so. Now he is hell bent on a quest to kill the water for fuel technology for reasons unknown to me, perhaps he is getting paid too just like the pro tobacco scientist where and still are.

Try to find Stanley Meyer's patent on the hydrogen burners to see what he did to control the heat of the reaction. I think he made the units so they redirected the exhaust back into the flame or something like that to control the heat of the reaction. As for a competion with Dankie no way I would waste my time with him, for I am moving fowards and not going around in circles. Plus I don't have the time or funds to waste right now for I am going full speed ahead, and if he gets in my way I will run over him.

Well, I hope you the best of luck as I do all of the water for fuel people around the globe bringing enegy independence into being.

h2opower.

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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #38 on: March 19, 2009, 11:01:47 PM »
Good to see you are going after the holy grail rather than just worrying about transportation. With clean sources of electricity we can do pretty much anything including transportation.

I have allot of learning to do but I cant wait to see where I can take this myself! I am quite a bit behind most but that doesnt take the fun out of the ride along the way, in fact I hope you all beat me to the finish line but If not I will help bring you there once I get close.

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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #39 on: March 20, 2009, 12:36:48 AM »
Good to see you are going after the holy grail rather than just worrying about transportation. With clean sources of electricity we can do pretty much anything including transportation.

I have allot of learning to do but I cant wait to see where I can take this myself! I am quite a bit behind most but that doesnt take the fun out of the ride along the way, in fact I hope you all beat me to the finish line but If not I will help bring you there once I get close.

Hi Kippered,
You got that right, if you produce your own power and you have an electric car you kill two birds with the same stone. Energy independence means, for me, starting at home first. If you have a boat house it even gets better no more fuel tank just get the water as you go ;D. Plus for emergency power gen set units can also be made to provide potable water on site. If we learned one thing from Katrina is oil/coal type fuel is hard to come by when desaster strikes. People every year die in there homes due to the energy enslavement game, couldn't afford to pay the heating or cooling bills, and the power genaration companies/energy sellers are fine with that. This is a world wide problem killing millions each year, though there are a lot of other factors involed, energy independence will be a big step in the right direction. Trust me I know exactly what this technology can do, for if you really want to go to Mars this technology will get you there and beyound. In my view this technology is the key to humanity moving forwards again.

h2opower.

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Offline dankie

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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #40 on: March 20, 2009, 12:48:49 AM »
Hi Kippered,
You got that right, if you produce your own power and you have an electric car you kill two birds with the same stone. Energy independence means, for me, starting at home first. If you have a boat house it even gets better no more fuel tank just get the water as you go ;D. Plus for emergency power gen set units can also be made to provide potable water on site. If we learned one thing from Katrina is oil/coal type fuel is hard to come by when desaster strikes. People every year die in there homes due to the energy enslavement game, couldn't afford to pay the heating or cooling bills, and the power genaration companies/energy sellers are fine with that. This is a world wide problem killing millions each year, though there are a lot of other factors involed, energy independence will be a big step in the right direction. Trust me I know exactly what this technology can do, for if you really want to go to Mars this technology will get you there and beyound. In my view this technology is the key to humanity moving forwards again.

h2opower.

Although I do not agree with your views , I agree with this , you are free yo share your views here . You knows know what I think of your views , I was free to share my opinion .

I will no longer post in this thread

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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #41 on: March 20, 2009, 12:51:29 AM »
Hi Kippered,
You got that right, if you produce your own power and you have an electric car you kill two birds with the same stone. Energy independence means, for me, starting at home first. If you have a boat house it even gets better no more fuel tank just get the water as you go ;D. Plus for emergency power gen set units can also be made to provide potable water on site. If we learned one thing from Katrina is oil/coal type fuel is hard to come by when desaster strikes. People every year die in there homes due to the energy enslavement game, couldn't afford to pay the heating or cooling bills, and the power genaration companies/energy sellers are fine with that. This is a world wide problem killing millions each year, though there are a lot of other factors involed, energy independence will be a big step in the right direction. Trust me I know exactly what this technology can do, for if you really want to go to Mars this technology will get you there and beyound. In my view this technology is the key to humanity moving forwards again.

h2opower.

Altought I do not agree with your views , I agree with this .

You are free to share your views and I am free to critisize them . I will no longer post on this thread .


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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #42 on: March 20, 2009, 12:52:26 AM »
H20power
Now your talking!!

This is the time to go full speed ahead !!{not in circles]
Chet



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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #43 on: March 20, 2009, 01:46:15 AM »
HP,
Your cell design functions well enough to power a motor vehicle? If so are you willing to place plans up on a seperate thread here for members to replicate? if not its understandable. I do have some questions if you have plans/more information on your cell so i can pick the parts i have questions about.

Also to the many readers on this thread, if any of you have experiance/knowledge on electricity conversion. specifically i am looking at converting 12-13V @ ~10-20 amp down into the 100-200 ma or lower and wanted to figure out the most efficient way of doing it. Pulsing voltage through coils is up but has anyone found ways to increase its efficientcy?

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Re: Stanley Meyer Explained
« Reply #44 on: March 20, 2009, 04:54:38 AM »
@H2O  thanks for the info and I second what crazyEwok says, if you could put plans up separate so we can follow what works w/o spending alot and building something wrong (and wasting money and time).  Also if building wrong someone might hurt themself, like me lol  If you get the power gen working then one wouldnt need the gas furnace conversion, but I think it would still be better then electric heat.  Burning the hho would give you natural moisture and humidity and make the heat better for you at the same time.  But that can be an item tackled at a later date.

@Dankie, I appreciate you professionalism with your last post, but you can always contribute your knowledge to help us beginners.  No one wants to shut someone out who can help.

Thanks all,
Mark

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